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Fiction

  • My Usual Table

    Charles Lander

    Customers with their usual table at a restaurant have more than their fair share of problems. The manager Leo can help. These interconnecting stories, clever and intriguing, follow the fortunes of the customers and how they and their families react to the issues they face. A father who dies leaving a dysfunctional family with a problem they alone can solve - will they find the right solution? An over

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  • Control Freak

    Sean McGlynn

    Josephine was a typical young woman looking for something to spice up her life, adventure, excitement, love? But that meant finding that special someone. She did, she found him in John. Not on a dating site, not on social media, not on the internet. She found him in the personal ads in her local newspaper. But then it doesn't matter how you find someone, it just matters that you do. He was the perfect gentlema

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  • The Beloved: The White Temple Trilogy

    T.White

    The Beloved is a journey about things you were not taught, for words pale in comparison to the sounds of the Heavenly bodies, the chirp of a sparrow, the bubbling of a brook, the kiss of two lovers, or the beauty of the morning dew. Also the journey is about the Beloved, who found her only happiness in the Arcadian forest, where she could be alone. For truly she could hear the lute of Pan,

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  • The Conways at Earthsend

    Jane Deans

    Every day is a battle for Joshua and Laura Conway. From devastating weather ravaging their farm and takeover threats from the energy company to the disappearance of a loved one; from pollution to the savage killing of an employee, their world spirals into an uncontrollable crisis. Can they trust their mysterious new neighbour, Uzza? And can she help them to survive as everything they've worked for begin

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  • Opportunities

    Alexander Neilson

    Asha is one of India's many polio victims, with nothing better than a pole to hop around his native Nagpur. Fate takes a hand in the form of Robert, businessman and philanthropist. Father of a disabled child, Robert is minded to help - with polio uppermost in his mind. Robert offers to fund an operation that could change Asha's life in ways he cannot imagine. For a

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  • In the Harsh Light of the Morning

    Frank Wingate

    Increasingly confrontational political protest is building up to a deadly climax in the humid night of the city, while Jack Wilson is drowning his sorrows in drink. His idealistic brother, meanwhile, gets caught up in the passion of the movement. A restless dreamer and newly married, Jack has moved to a bustling Asian metropolis in search of life's purpose. The marriage doesn't surv

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  • The Pecking Order

    Cathy Brown

    Henny watches helplessly as her entire community of chickens is loaded onto stock trucks, leaving her devastated and alone within a dark, timber hutch, transforming into a reclusive, bitter old hen. A new truck arrives, full of quail. Soon the coop is overrun by the excitable birds and dominated by fame-obsessed and power-hungry Sabrina. Sabrina's fake news and manipulative plans for district domination fool a

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  • A Stranger Leaves

    Adam Parry

    An honest and thought-provoking window into the life of one man. Set in urban north Scotland, this gritty and atmospheric tale explores the dark corners of Aberdeen and the surrounding areas. Ash is a lost soul, navigating both his personal demons and the city he loves to hate. As he wanders from pub to pub, bus stop to bus stop, he encounters a series of unusual characters, forging and destroying new and old frie

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  • A Mootiful Life!

    Vernon Nase

    Little is known about the world of student mooting. Yet it is one of the most high-profile activities undertaken by law students as they compete on the world stage against other universities and develop lifelong professional skills. As it traces the life of Nickie, a mooting coach, this novel explores the politics, academic egos and cultural interface at universities in Australia and Hong Kong. Nickie threads his

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  • Good War

    Terry Dee

    Samuel Plant and John Paige clash personalities in war-torn Germany. Samuel is selfish and cruel, but has managed to survive many years of war. He always puts himself first. The younger, innocent John is honourable, seeking to protect others, even at risk of his own life. Exploring the themes of love and hate, good war and bad war, winners and losers, Good War follows two men as they navi

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  • Grey Wolf

    Donald Price

    David Storm, faced with the knowledge that the United States is on the verge of civil war, makes a major decision. The militia he has been recruited by is more serious than he ever imagined, and the country as a whole is fractured and angry. David sees a new civil war on the horizon and violence and death are only a few months away. He decides to try and get his message out to the public after joining the R

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  • The Lure of the Luck

    Frances Feeney Dalecio

    In a land of story tellers, legends and beliefs carried down through generations, so it was in Ireland in 1800 for Tom Forde, who carried the spirit of his grandfather's stories as the Irish struggled to maintain their identity and live in community with all their pleasures and hardships. Tom vowed that one day he would own a worthy thoroughbred, like those he tended on the plantation of Sir Lambert. All he ne

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